1950s Film. Two girls on a sunny day out in the garden. One is sunbathing and the other has a hosepipe, watering the flowers. You guessed, it ends in a water fight. Nice MPEG as with the others I have put on here transfered from Super 8. Please enjoy. ( 3 reviews ) Topic: Stripper Strippers Stag Burlesque
Girl poses in her garden and finally dances. Lovely short film with an amatuer girl of the 1960s. If you like my stuff please comment, nothing like a bit of feedback. ( 4 reviews ) Topic: Stripper - Strippers - Stag - Burlesque - Naked
A beautiful reflexive film about filming and film-making. A group of men, probably amateurs from the club AKF Cyklop, are shown working together on a scenario through storyboards and scripts. Having written the script, out comes their equipment, and filming starts in the street. Topic: enthusiasts archive
Tuskegee — At a dusty, booming airdrome in the Southeast Air Forces Training Center, the 99th Pursuit Squadron, world’s first Negro aerial fighting unit, is girding for its opening sky-joust with the enemy. Topics: WWII, Short, Documentary
From Wikipedia: Never Weaken is a 1921 silent comedy film starring Harold Lloyd and directed by Fred Newmeyer. It was Lloyd's last short film, running to three reels, before he moved permanently into feature-length production. It was also one of his trademark "thrill" comedies, featuring him dangling from a tall building. Lloyd and his crew honed and perfected their "thrill" filming techniques in this film, and put them to astonishing use in the 1923 classic feature Safety... ( 5 reviews ) Topic: Harold Lloyd
A Music Video about a man who is released from prison, can't find work, and in frustartion goes to a party, gets drunk, drives a friend's car, hits another car head on that kills the passenger (who was a friend) and severely injurs the driver, and winds up in prison again Topic: Music Video
Everything you didn't want to know about rubber boots, with Conrad Nagle, Drew Pearson and Bootman, Leonard Rochell. Topics: promotional shorts, rubber boots, Conrad Nagel, Drew Pearson, Leonard Rochell
A bustling market of mainly Eastern European Jewish immigrants on the Lower East Side of NYC on Friday morning, May 1st, 1903 . Copied at 20fps from a 35mm print preserved by the Libary of Congress. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: actuality, jews, nyc
"Summary: 1) CU H.F. Pitcairn sitting in cockpit of autogiro. 2) LS Autogiro taxiing on runway. 3) LS Camera pans from L to R showing autogiro making takeoff. 4) AS Autogiro in flight. 5) AS Autogiro flying over Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. 6) AS Autogiro flying over Washington Monument. 7) AS Autogiro flying over the White House. Fair"National Archives Identifier: 65082 Topics: Autogiros, Airlift, Military -- United States, 1928, Lincoln Memorial (Washington, D.C.), Military...
Margie Blake (Marjorie Woodworth), who wants to get married young and have two dozen kids, has a flat tire and traveling salesman Tom Wilson (Tom Brown), who believes in "loving 'em and leaving 'em" stops to help. They soon discover they are polar opposites and dislike each other very much. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Short, Comedy, Romance
Three Stooges skit (Two Souls and a Heel)"Niagara Falls" was an old vaudeville skit, called "Slowly I Turned". From Stooges short "Gents Without Cents". Abbott and Costello did an adaptation of it in "In Society" called "Susquehanna Hat Company" or "Bagel Street". ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Niagara Falls, Slowly I Turned, Stooges, Susquehanna Hat Company, Abbott and Costello, Vaudeville
"The Ancient Landmark" -- a televised Bible study hosted by Jarrod Jacobs. This study is based on John 3, and the meeting of Jesus and Nicodemus. Topics: Jesus, Christ, Holy Spirit, God, Bible, Truth, Scriptures, Book, Nicodemus, John, Night, Pharisees,...